Feds Cut Meat Inspection 18%

Cabinet proposes an 18 percent cut in funding for meat and poultry inspection, according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. A fifteen percent reduction in staff is due by 2017. The cuts follow release of a leaked Agency memo that food inspectors are to be deployed “based on emergencies” as a cost-savings measure: “Focus on back-office efficiency”.

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